Galway's Gareth Bradshaw and Kerry's Paul Murphy in a race for possession during Sunday's Super 8s clash at Croke Park. Photo: Joe O'Shaughnessy.

Galway kill two birds with the one stone in a grinding win over Kerry

Inside Track with John McIntyre IT was a landmark day in more ways than one for the seriously improving Galway footballers in the opening round of the Super 8s last Sunday. A first win over...

Language to state the obvious in an utterly bewildering way

A Different View with Dave O’Connell There were references in various media recently to the concept of wet-led pub – or what we used to just call a pub. Because wet-led just means they concentrate...
Fine Gael Galway City Councillor Pádraig Conneely, pictured here proudly displaying a Galway 2020 badge on his suit jacket, was wrongly accused of indulging in the plentiful free wine that was on offer at the recent Pálás cinema opening reception

Galway 2020 board member’s censure over ‘free wine’ barb

Bradley Bytes - A sort of political column  As if Galway 2020 hasn’t enough on its plate, what with RTÉ Prime Time on the case and all that that brings with it, its board has...
Members of East Galway Hunt Pony Club in Ballinasloe enjoying their training at the local Showgrounds

Galway Pony Clubs on the rise again after period in doldrums

Talking Sport with Stephen Glennon Ater a fall-off in numbers participating in pony clubs during the economic downturn, the sport has begun to grow again much to the delight of those involved, particularly those engaged...
Galway goalkeeper Ruairi Lavelle who has been impressive in the county's march to the newSuper 8s. The Connacht champions face Kerry at Croke Park on Sunday.

Galway footballers need to mix it up for defining tie with Kerry

Inside Track with John McIntyre HOW good are Galway footballers? Well, one thing for sure, we should have a better handle on where they stand in the championship pecking order after colliding with Kerry in...

Has Southgate singlehandedly saved the reputation of football?

A Different View with Dave O’Connell England’s football manager Gareth Southgate may be the man who goes down in history for achieving the impossible – and it’s not necessarily England winning the World Cup. No, this...


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